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Botley Parish Council Co-option                        Botley Logo
There are TWO vacancies on Botley Parish Council following an uncontested election on 02 May 2024.
The vacancies will be filled by co-option at a Council meeting to be held on Tuesday 9 July 2024.
To obtain an application form please contact the Parish Clerk, email: .
Mrs J Morgan, Parish Clerk         Botley Parish Council,
The Botley Centre, High Street Recreation Ground, High Street,
Botley SO30 2ES      phone: 01489 787181
  The Neighbourhood Plan looks to the future of Botley Parish until 2036.
When Adopted, EBC has to take it into account in Planning Applications and other matters.
For more details click on NP Information

Walks

Durley Mill

A pleasant walk across Botley's countryside to Durley Mill, a Grade II Listed watermill and millhouse built in the late 18th century. A waterwheel from 1875 is still in place in the complex, which is now a single residence.

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Health Programme Walks

Improve your health and help prevent heart disease by joining the HEALTHWALKS, departing Botley Centre at 2pm every Wednesday. These brisk-paced walks are free and last approximately one hourr, with tea/coffee provided in the Centre afterwards (a small donation for refreshments appreciated).  The walks are very sociable, so please come along.
For further information, please contact Paul or Marianne of Healthwalks on Southampton 02380 684813.

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The Cobbett Trail

William Cobbett (1763 - 1835) was a radical politician and one of the foremost political journalists on his age. Today he is best remembered for such books as 'Cottage Economy', 'Advice to Young Men' and, his most famous work, 'Rural Rides'.   In 1805, William Cobbett moved to Botley to pursue one of his passions, farming.

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The Strawberry Trail

The Strawberry Trail route is a long distance self guided walking trail and stretches from Botley through to Netley. The trail goes across farmland and through woodland as well and the total circular route is approx. 15 miles, although feel free to start or stop at any point!

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